kate bush - wuthering heights - stereo edit - louder guitar solo
kate bush - wuthering heights - stereo edit - louder guitar solo
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Edit for headphones. The guitar solo is played by Ian Bairnson, best known for his work with Alan Parsons. It is placed rather unobtrusively in the mix, and later engineer Jon Kelly would regret not making the solo a little louder in the mix. This is my clumsy attempt to change that.

"Wuthering Heights" was released as Kate's debut single in January 1978. It became a # 1 hit in the UK singles chart and has remained her biggest-selling single. The song appears on her 1978 debut album, "The Kick Inside". It also was a # 1 hit in Ireland, Italy, Australia and New Zealand. In Holland - busy organising my wedding - it reached # 3. In the US probably everybody was too busy watching Dallas... the song seemed unknown.

The song was significantly re-mixed and given a new lead vocal in 1986 for Bush's greatest-hits album "The Whole Story". This version also appeared as the B-side to her 1986 hit "Experiment IV".

Written by Bush when she was 18, the song is based on the novel of the same name. Kate Bush was inspired to write the song by the last ten minutes of a 1967 BBC mini-series based on Wuthering Heights. She then read the book and discovered that she shared her birthday (30 July) with Emily Brontë the author of the book. Bush reportedly wrote the song within the space of just a few hours late at night.

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Views: 95
Uploaded: 7 months ago
Duration: 04:29
Rate this video
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Videos: 583
Subscribers: 29
Description
Edit for headphones. The guitar solo is played by Ian Bairnson, best known for his work with Alan Parsons. It is placed rather unobtrusively in the mix, and later engineer Jon Kelly would regret not making the solo a little louder in the mix. This is my clumsy attempt to change that.

"Wuthering Heights" was released as Kate's debut single in January 1978. It became a # 1 hit in the UK singles chart and has remained her biggest-selling single. The song appears on her 1978 debut album, "The Kick Inside". It also was a # 1 hit in Ireland, Italy, Australia and New Zealand. In Holland - busy organising my wedding - it reached # 3. In the US probably everybody was too busy watching Dallas... the song seemed unknown.

The song was significantly re-mixed and given a new lead vocal in 1986 for Bush's greatest-hits album "The Whole Story". This version also appeared as the B-side to her 1986 hit "Experiment IV".

Written by Bush when she was 18, the song is based on the novel of the same name. Kate Bush was inspired to write the song by the last ten minutes of a 1967 BBC mini-series based on Wuthering Heights. She then read the book and discovered that she shared her birthday (30 July) with Emily Brontë the author of the book. Bush reportedly wrote the song within the space of just a few hours late at night.

®© UMG
®© Algemene_Omroepvereniging_AVRO

(All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)

This sound recording is administered by UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.
Category
Music
Autoplay: No Yes